Christianity (The Deceit)

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Religion and Spirituality  |  House: Booksie Classic
Challenging the face of Religion; "Christianity (The Deceit)" brings into light questions millions need to face, "Is Your Religious following or belief a True Spiritual Path?" Denominational sects have shaped this country including the way individuals form opinions towards them. Are the reliance you embrace sound practices of someone's enduring faith?

There are countless deceitful religions masking their true principles, and Christianity (The Deceit) reveals them. But most importantly, you are given knowledge to detect and defend against many deceiving ministries that mislead millions. Through this book, the author help draw an open perspective for your belief or otherwise, creating meaningful understandings by allowing the Bible to speak. Christianity for today's generation has conformed to stylish intelligent forms entailing fallacy and worldly views thereby failing society leading followers further into an abyss. God's Word never changes, but we are living in a nation where our inclination obscure that which is objective. Therefore, if it sounds good, eloquent teachings must be true. For this purpose, the "mass manipulation" has led our world into trails of selfish ideals, cupidity including abhorrence of others, not to mention family destruction, world separation, and most concerning is indoctrinated heretical doctrines binding with current trends.

Christianity in many ways no longer have much relevance among millennials and most baby boomers. For this reason, culture calls for a restructured appealing or reinvention relevant to it. Because the importance of Scripture has faded, society requires an authentic restoration, so as to not change the message, but instead its medium.

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Christianity (The Deceit)

Submitted: October 29, 2016

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